Select all keyframes from all layers in the current frame

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krll.vrntsv
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I spent a lot of time looking for script that allows me to select all keyframes from all layers in the current frame and current comp.
The idea is to select keys on all layers, collapsed or not. 
It can be script or ui with button.
It will be useful for ae character-animators who need to set keys to hundreds layers at one time.
Any help?
Thanks!
sshahriyari
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krll.vrntsv wrote:I spent a lot of time looking for script that allows me toselect all keyframes from all layers in the current frame and current comp.
The idea is to select keys on all layers, collapsed or not.
It can be script or ui with button.
It will be useful for ae character-animators who need to set keys to hundreds layers at one time.
Any help?
Thanks!
Hi krll,

after about 1 hour I wrote this simple script for you.
hope you enjoyd.

https://gum.co/keyframeselector
d_marvin
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Joined: April 28th, 2020, 6:24 am

sshahriyari wrote:
November 8th, 2017, 2:45 pm

Hi krll,

after about 1 hour I wrote this simple script for you.
hope you enjoyd.

https://gum.co/keyframeselector

Hi sshahriyari,

I just donated and tried your script looking for something exactly like what the OP asked for. Unfortunately it does not select all the keyframes under the playhead, only the transform property keyframes (some nearby and on some layers far from it). Maybe it's a compatibility thing being a few years old.

I'd gratefully purchase a script that does it exactly: Selects only the keyframes at a specific frame under the playhead (and all types of keyframes).

I'd also buy a script that creates new keyframes under the playhead on all layers to properties which already have existing keyframes.

sshahriyari
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d_marvin wrote:
April 28th, 2020, 6:36 am
sshahriyari wrote:
November 8th, 2017, 2:45 pm

Hi krll,

after about 1 hour I wrote this simple script for you.
hope you enjoyd.

https://gum.co/keyframeselector

Hi sshahriyari,

I just donated and tried your script looking for something exactly like what the OP asked for. Unfortunately it does not select all the keyframes under the playhead, only the transform property keyframes (some nearby and on some layers far from it). Maybe it's a compatibility thing being a few years old.

I'd gratefully purchase a script that does it exactly: Selects only the keyframes at a specific frame under the playhead (and all types of keyframes).

I'd also buy a script that creates new keyframes under the playhead on all layers to properties which already have existing keyframes.

Hi !

Thank you for donation :wink:

Now you have more control over selection.

https://gum.co/RqgCg

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d_marvin
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sshahriyari wrote:
June 16th, 2020, 10:16 am
d_marvin wrote:
April 28th, 2020, 6:36 am
sshahriyari wrote:
November 8th, 2017, 2:45 pm

Hi krll,

after about 1 hour I wrote this simple script for you.
hope you enjoyd.

https://gum.co/keyframeselector

Hi sshahriyari,

I just donated and tried your script looking for something exactly like what the OP asked for. Unfortunately it does not select all the keyframes under the playhead, only the transform property keyframes (some nearby and on some layers far from it). Maybe it's a compatibility thing being a few years old.

I'd gratefully purchase a script that does it exactly: Selects only the keyframes at a specific frame under the playhead (and all types of keyframes).

I'd also buy a script that creates new keyframes under the playhead on all layers to properties which already have existing keyframes.

Hi !

Thank you for donation :wink:

Now you have more control over selection.

https://gum.co/RqgCg

Image

Hi sshahriyari,

I appreciate the update... sorry I didn't catch the reply sooner. I was looking for this solution again and Google led me right back here. Unfortunately, the script isn't working for me. It only works for one layer, and only on transform property keyframes.

I'm running After Effects 17.6.0 with Mac OS 10.15.7

I don't know if this kind of request is allowed here, but if I can get a functioning script that selects all keyframes of any type, on all layers directly on below the playhead, I'd gladly discuss what the price of development should be.

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